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The Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, is eating his words after bragging that his state was an “Oasis of Freedom,” causing tons of stir-crazy youngsters who have been on lockdown to flock to the city in droves to enjoy the restriction-free beaches and nightlife.

“Too many are coming, really, without the intention of following the rules, and the result has been a level of chaos and disorder that is just something more than we can endure,” said Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber.

The city was forced to declare a state of emergency and set an 8 p.m. curfew.

“The goal here is to really contain the overwhelming crowd of visitors, and the potential for violence disruption and damage to property, whether intentional or not,” said Miami Beach City Manager Raul Aguila.

As the officers began dispersing crowds at 8 p.m., hundreds of mostly mask-less people remained in the streets, leading to over 50 arrests.

The city is now saying that Aguila will have the option to extend the curfew throughout April 13.

“Unfortunately, this is the last thing that I had wanted to do. But this is a spring break like no other,” Aguila said. “Not all people that visit Miami Beach are bad, and come to Miami Beach with the intent of breaking the law, and disrupting our quality of life. But this is a different situation, and it calls for drastic measures.”
Welp, there you have it, the “Oasis of Freedom” is now closed.